Sunburst from the Southwest… A study in oil featuring the ever-changing sky as it bowls in from the southwest.
Looking North on a sunny afternoon, the heavy concrete sea defenses extend along the shoreline to Dover size 30″x 30″
The Big Mirror W”all, oil 30″x30″ l0caten at Lydd, Dungoness. Built early in the last century to enable the detection of enemy aircraft coming across the English Channel. The idea being any sound is reflected to the centre of the wall where it was picked up on a microphone.It was partially successful but was superceded by the development of Radar.
Half Tide oil on canvas 30″x30″ Showing the Hoverpad for landing and takeoff ramp for the cross-channel journey to France.
A recent oil painting 16″x16″ Looking southwest where the concrete ends and the sea grass begins. The manmade stonework is now breaking up at the end of its fifty-year life.
Pegwell, North Coastline oil 16″x12″
Copt Point and Harbour Arm oil 30″x30″ Folkestone Harbour from the Rocky Point. The blockhouse was used as a sump for wastewater discharge. No longer in use. there was also one at Dymchuch, now destroyed.
Streamliner. oil 12″x12″ The American caravan was parked up at Dungeness for some time. the area is noted for its Puff ball fungi, the addition of a surreal figure just seemed to fit the scenario.